The world-leading data law changed how companies work. But four years on, there’s a lag on cleaning up Big Tech.
A paper published by the world’s main central bank umbrella group has called for individuals and firms to be given more control over the data collected on them.
The passwordless future just became closer to reality, as Microsoft, Apple, and Google pledged to make passwordless possible across operating systems.
The European Commission has given its clearest signal yet that it’s prepared to intervene over weak enforcement of the EU’s data protection rules against big tech.
Social media companies could face hefty fines if they don’t publish detailed information on political ad buyers, according to an EU internal document.
Which? has attempted to put a price on people’s personal information as it ramps up pressure for tougher rules around data-ravenous tech giants.
As Apple and Google enact privacy changes, businesses are grappling with the fallout, Madison Avenue is fighting back and Facebook has cried foul.